As the director of education and training for the Center for Ocean
Solutions, Adina works to provide decision-maker education, workshop and
training opportunities, and to enhance graduate marine programs in the
Monterey Bay region.
Jim Barry serves as a member of the Fellowship & Curriculum Committee at the Center for Ocean Solutions. He is a benthic ecologist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) studying several aspects of the biology and ecology of marine organisms and communities.
Meg Caldwell serves as the executive director for the Center for Ocean Solutions. She also directs the Environmental and Natural Resources Law & Policy Program at Stanford Law School, where her research and teaching focuses on the use of science in environmental and marine resource policy development and implementation as well as private and public incentives for natural resource conservation.
Larry Crowder is the science director at the Center for Ocean Solutions (COS). He is also a professor of biology at Hopkins Marine Station and a senior fellow at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, both part of Stanford University.Previously, he was the Stephen Toth Professor of Marine Biology at Duke University.
Tegan C. Hoffmann, Ph.D, leads the firm Blue Earth Consultants, LLC, which has collaborated on a number of key strategic efforts with The Center for Ocean Solutions (COS), most notably with its Pacific Ocean Initiative (POI). Blue Earth Consultants was instrumental in facilitating every stage of this seminal project’s conceptualization, organization and implementation.
Rebecca Martone is the program lead for COS's Ecosystem Health focal area where she works to integrate natural and social science with policy and management to inform solutions supporting healthy and resilient coastal and marine ecosystems. An empirical ecologist, Rebecca's work has focused on ecosystem-based management and ecosystem services research.
Susi is an affiliated researcher with the Center for Ocean Solutions, a Social Science Research Fellow at the Stanford Woods Institute at Stanford University, and the Director of her own research firm, Susanne Moser Research and Consulting. She is a nationally recognized expert in climate change adaptation, communication, and the science-practice interaction.